One late May morning in Rangeley, Maine, a friend and I came upon this extraordinary scene. A solitary angler stood on a flat rock in the river, fishing what appeared to be a fairly productive pool in the shadows opposite. The woods and adjacent waters where the fish lay were dark and deep. The morning sun broke through on a slant from the tops of trees and highlighted the enormous rocks in the foreground as well as about half of the fly fisherman’s figure. Here is my graphite and white charcoal drawing of that scene. A watercolor painting of the same scene can be viewed through the end of the year at the Thos. Moser Freeport showroom and gallery.
This piece is unframed and unmatted. Maine sales tax included in price, shipping extra. The work is located in California and will ship from there..